www.classicalsource.com, 29. April 2016
...There were... many passages when he drew a spiritual, Parsifalian glow from the orchestra... he accompanied the singers with utmost subtlety, especially in the slow, quiet music; he miraculously made sense of the rather distended Act Two conclusion; and his finely paced unfolding of Act Three was spellbinding. For all its obliqueness, this production of Wagner’s ‘problem’ opera has a dreamlike power, intensified by magnificent singing and playing.
Peter Reed
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